Morris Adjmi Architects designed a hotel for long-term stays in a 1920s building in downtown Philadelphia. Dubbed ROOST Apartment Hotel, the space features comfortable, modern apartments juxtaposed with charming historic touches.
Swaying in the breeze is an inherently laid-back activity, but these homes take relaxation to the next level with carefully-manicured gardens, spectacular views, and just the right amount of shade for their hammocks.
A new series of custom-fabricated metal screens are popping up at bus stops across El Paso, Texas, displaying dramatically enlarged photographs of local plants and flowers. These virtual gardens are part of the Leaves of Wind project by Boston-based artist Catherine Widgery.
For nearly 40 years, Habitat for Humanity has worked with architects, students, and volunteers around the world to guarantee the neediest their most basic human right, shelter. These are the stories behind three welcoming Habitat homes.